Fourteen NASA employees and contractor personnel recently received the Silver Snoopy Award at a ceremony held at NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland. Astronaut and Ohio native Sunita Williams presented this year’s awards. Michael D. Herlacher , an electrical engineer with the Analex Corporation, was recognized for his exceptional contribution on the development of an automated testing and reporting process that significantly improved electromagnetic compatibility verification. He lives in Avon Lakes, OH. The “Silver Snoopy” is awarded only to the top one percent of qualified spaceflight employees. Each honoree received a sterling silver pin in the form of Snoopy, the “Peanuts” cartoon character outfitted in a space helmet and space suite and a certificate and letter signed by Williams citing the appreciation of the astronaut corps for the recipients’ outstanding performance.More information and a complete list of winners can be found online.